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RudeDog has pointed out an excellent guide to forum behavior that shoudl be read by all. It is very well written and provides all the insight a newcomer to the forum could ever hope for to quickly become a positive member of this community. Please read this!
How to ask questions (The smart way)
(props to nobugz as Rudy's source)
WOW! 10,781 words covering 25 pages (MicroSoft Word) to explain to someone "How to Ask a Question"?
After BRIEFLY looking it over, I summarily dragged it off to the little silver trash can on my desktop. Granted, it has some valid points, but the arrogance is enough to make anyone a bit nauseous. He writes in the Royal "We", referring to the "hacker" community (who evidently are the only ones who answer questions according to him). I have been programming since about 1982, I have never met a card carrying member of any "Hacker" organization?
If a person actually followed all the supposed "guidelines", it would be days before that person would even pose a question on a forum. Otherwise, that person might be wasting one of those self proclaimed "hackers" valuable time.
Welcome to 2010, the New Tolerant World! Where Forums like this exist, with patient people, real experts who take the time to answer questions without writing a tome dictating how those questions must be framed before they deign to answer.
Like Bob Dylan sang about, the times they are a changing. Always have been, always will be.
Can I move my own post from one forum to another? or does it require a moderator?
The post is for VBA excel, but I posted it in VB General. It is
Tia for your response
Dragon T. Saurus
Dragon, only Moderator can do that. You don't really need to do anything much for it. Moderator will take care of it when she/he will see it. However, you could edit the thread title to Flag moderator.
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